Huddly AV

We Build Tools for Teams

With wide-angle, HD video and groundbreaking AI features, our cameras enable remote team collaboration wherever it happens, from office to home office.

Huddly GO – Travel Kit

Huddly GO’s 150° ultra-wide angle lens makes sure everyone is seen and feels part of the conversation. With Huddly GO, all your smaller meeting rooms can quickly be converted into video conference rooms and give you more flexibility to work the way you want.

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Huddly GO – Work From Home Kit

The Huddly GO Work From Home Kit makes it easy to transform your home office into a professional video conference setup. Experience high-quality, wide-angle video meetings from desktop and laptop. USB-powered and compatible with any platform.

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Huddly IQ

Huddly IQ is the first of its kind – an AI-powered collaboration device that delivers a video meeting experience like no other, with 150° wide-angle video, AI features, and analytics API. USB-powered and compatible with any platform, IQ is perfect for small huddle rooms, medium-size meeting rooms and open collaboration spaces. With Huddly’s unique single-lens, multi-stream functionality, IQ detects and counts the people in the room in real-time.

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Huddly IQ With Mic

Designed for huddle rooms and other smaller workspaces, Huddly IQ ensures that everyone is seen and heard. It features HD 150° ultra-wide-angle video and, optionally, a 5-element microphone array. With Genius Framing, it detects and frames the people in its field of view. With Huddly’s unique single-lens, multi-stream functionality, IQ detects and counts the people in the room in real-time.

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Huddy Canvas

With the right tools, teams don’t need to be in the same room to get things done. That’s why we made Canvas, a smart camera that makes it easy to use whiteboards in video meetings. Canvas is certified as a Microsoft content camera, and it is recognized as a whiteboard camera in Teams Rooms and Zoom Rooms. Now, remote participants can easily read the content on the whiteboard, contribute their ideas, and be a full part of the conversation.

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